The Te Kapu Apiaries Story
Wairoa is located on the northern shore of Hawke's Bay. The district has been known historically as 'Te Wairoa'. In keeping with the district's vision of being bilingual by 2040, the use of the phrase 'Te Wairoa' when referring to the district is steadily increasing. Wairoa itself is Māori for "long water", referring to the length of the tranquil river that runs throughout the town. The Ruakituri River, and the Mahia Peninsula are tourist destinations found in Te Wairoa.
Te Kapu Apiaries has a long-standing relationship with the Wairoa community supporting local entities. Te Kapu Apiaries has always employed local full time & part time workforce from the area. Frasertown is a small settlement in the northern Hawke's Bay Region of New Zealand's eastern North Island. It is located inland from Wairoa at the junction of SH38 & the inland route via Tiniroto Road to Gisborne or Te Ureweras & Lake Waikaremoana (and further afield to Rotorua) and Frasertown to Wairoa.